Adrian Schinoff

Musician, Producer, and Composer.

Adrián Gonzalo Schinoff Noher;

Rosario, Santa Fe - Argentina, January 7, 1972

Own Proyects:

After finishing his studies in Music therapy in 1992 in Argentina, he played with the guitarist Luis Salinas, worked with Fabián Gallardo and the rock band Rescate.

-At that time, his personal projects include Adrián Schinoff y Los Salvavidas.

-His song Te Quise Tanto, sung by Paulina Rubio and composed in collaboration with Coti Sorokin, was number one in Top Latin Songs of 2004 and it was awarded by the ASCAP at the 13th annual awards in 2005 as The Winner Song in the Pop-Ballad category ASCAP.

-In 2012 published together Sonia Terol: Iamthis (vol.1,2 and vol.3).

-In October 2014 he published his new album El Embalao.

With the collaborations of: Enrico Bárbaro electric bass, Chaboli: percussion; Pablo Hopenhayn viola and violin; Juancho Leguizamon: percussion/charango; Maca Ramos Urbano: double bass; Antonio Rey González and José García: flamenco guitars, Luis Salina: guitar, Arturo Solar: flugelhorn,

Fernando Silva and Juan Ignacio Emme: cello.

-From 2008 al 2011 he is part of the group Blackdados as a composer, sing and keyboardist with Marcelo Novati or Drums and Matias Eisen on Bass

-From 2015 to the present he works as a musician with Pablo Alborán.

-In 2016 he was nominated for a Latin Grammy Award as Mixing Engineer with the album by singer-songwriter Pablo Alborán from Malaga "three nights in sales" as Best album of the year.

-Between 2015 and 2017 he was the musical director of Pablo Alborán´s "Tour Terral" tour, which toured more than 20 countries.

-In 2021 he releases the album El Embalao vol.2.

With the collaborations: Leandro Pagura: Bajo; Chaboli: percussion; Juan Manuel Leguizamón: percussion, Raúl Ramírez: guitar; Martín de Delaye: bajo, Ezequiel Ghilardi: bateria; Davinia Beltrán: background vocals.

-In 2022 the album Despertar.

With the collaborations: Marcelo Novati, bateria; Natalia Pellegrinet: voces; Leandro Pagura: bajo; Matias Eisen: bajo;

Raúl Ramírez: guitar.